Want to refinish a piece of furniture or create a unique piece?
Well grab some milk paint cause you’re going to learn how to do it yourself.Use this easy step-by-step guide to help you through your next milk paint project.
You’ll see how to:
- Prepare your surfaces
- Paint with no sanding
- Properly mix the milk paint
- Distress your pieces
- Finish projects with finishing wax
More about milk paint
Milk Paint is an ancient organic paint containing basic ingredients including milk protein (casein), limestone, clay and natural pigments. The result is a very durable paint popularly used by modern designers, green consumers and home owners seeking to capture a variety of modern, trendy, antique and textured looks.
When absorbed into a porous surface, Milk Paint will never chip or peel. Milk Paint is suitable for both interior and exterior applications and is naturally mould resistant. Milk paint provides a completely breathable coating and is ideal for painting plaster, drywall, straw bale houses and a variety of other surfaces.
As you’ll see in this download, you can use Milk Paint on even more surfaces if you use a BONDING AGENT. Imagine what you can do with your previously painted walls, varnished or lacquered surfaces, ceramic tiles, meta or, glass.